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  1. So not trying to get off of the Reaper Paints joy train, because they are the paints I know and love and think I'll be working with forever, but my local shop just started stocking P3, and I'm wondering if anybody has any opinion on it? Good/bad, beautiful/ugly? I'm just wondering when I run out of white for example and didn't plan ahead enough to pre-order another batch of new Reaper stuff on line? So, what do you all think?
  2. Harrison Gibbs for Warmachine. I went with purple to focus more on his Laelese nature. And as a result of the need for complimentary colour contrast, the cat ended up orange.
  3. Probably the answer is obvious but I don't know. Just scored a bunch of P3 paint for a buck fiffy a pottle (cus hey, a painter without paint is like a duck with no feathers). The guy at the store said "I'm sorry, I don't know. I've never painted a miniature in my life. I play boardgames." He was nice though. So what do you do with ink? Because they also had Vallejo ink AND wash, so I guess they aren't the same thing. Those weren't marked down but I was happy to see something other than GW paint for a change. Thanks to ye, O learned oracles of the Reaper boards, for speaking wisdom to this lowly mendicant who is too lazy to find answers to his questions on his own.
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